RALIANCE & THREAD: I Ask and getting granular about consent (PART 1)

RALIANCE invited two amazing members of THREAD, a private social network for women of the NFL to talk about Sexual Assault Awareness Month’s theme: I Ask and getting granular about consent.

Ambassador Dr. Chanita Foster is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, success coach and mentor, and social change philanthropist focusing on marginalized and disenfranchised communities. She is the founder of BEYOND THE GAME a 501 (c)(3) working to advance the lives of young people, especially girls, in South Africa and Swaziland.

Kathleen Gallagher, aka The SafetyChick is a Personal Safety Expert, Author and TV Personality whose mission is to change the way safety is embraced nationally. It’s not about living  paranoid, it’s about living smart and making SMART personal safety choices.

Julie Patrick, External Relations for RALIANCE, joined the women for this series.

See Also: Part 2 Consent & Engaging Boys and Men

See Also: Part 3 Consent & Power

RALIANCE Sexual Assault Awareness Month Briefing

This week RALIANCE held a briefing at the Senate Russell Office Building in Washington, DC to discuss the work of local sexual violence organizations.

Across the country, 1500 local agencies provide the frontline response to the widespread and devastating problem of sexual assault in our communities. From survivor support to prevention with youth to systems advocacy, these programs are providing the leadership we need to address and end sexual violence.

Watch the briefing as leaders of state programs discuss their essential work as well as policy solutions.

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A Conversation with Tony West, Uber

Last night RALIANCE recognized individuals whose leadership are helping create a world free from sexual harassment, misconduct and abuse once and for all.

One of those honored was Tony West Chief Legal Officer at Uber. Mr. West  received the RALIANCE Corporate Innovator award as the first to remove the requirement of mandatory arbitration for sexual assault survivors in the ride share industry.

Ebony Tucker, Advocacy Director sat down with Tony to talk about Uber’s upcoming release of their transparency report that will include sexual assault incidents and how advocates can work with corporations. 

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